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Shippers urged to prepare now for US-China tariffs

As the US and China prepare to launch increased tariffs, freight forwarders are looking at ways shippers can be creative in avoiding new tariffs while staying on the right side of the law

Earlier shipping or ‘tariff engineering’ can help avoid additional costs

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